Lighthouses are a favorite subject of mine, and they are certainly popular with the general public. When I'm done taking pictures of a given lighthouse, I like to turn my attention to other subjects nearby. Often, there is a breakwater light paired with the main lighthouse, as in the case of the White River Lighthouse on Lake Michigan. These structures are often very simple cylinders with a flashing light on top, so they are often overlooked by photographers and tourists. Yet, sometimes they can make for very simple, but colorful compositions. Here's a recently posted image that I hope you will enjoy:
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